#TheSeason2018-19: Robert E Lee

Welcome back to our annual series of season wrap-up posts, which we cleverly titled as “The Season (2018-19),” because we’re creative like that. Your donation dollars at work, folks.

Teams are being selected on a random basis. Our 59th installment for this season, closing out 3A-District 1, is Robert E. Lee.

Each The Season post will have the same content as they’ve had for the past five seasons.

ROBERT E LEE

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You can see everything I have on the Generals in 2018-19 here –>  ROBERT E LEE

Win/loss record: 10-7 in dual meets reported to Matmen. We were missing a season-ending dual against Baldwin. Please review the attached document for a summary of the Generals’ performance in IBT events.

Season in a nutshell: The Generals began their season on the first weekend of December with a visit to conference rival Terry Parker for the Arlington Optimist two-day IBT, where Lee placed fifth out of 15 teams. Lee stayed in IBT format the following weekend, taking 15th at the 25-team, two-day Capital City Classic, hosted by Chiles. That was it for December for the Generals, but they kicked off January with a T-8th finish at district rival Fleming Island’s Keystone Invitational. Lee had their first duals of the season in the second week of the new year, going 0-2 at the 3A-District 1 dual team tournament and then finishing 4-3 at Parker’s USMC Duals later in the weekend. The Generals took fifth place as a team at Gateway, hosted by Sandalwood, mid-month, then went off the tournament trail for a couple of weekends, returning for the Flagler Rotary, where Lee was 19th at that two-day, 25-team IBT. Lee then finished 26th out of 37 teams the following weekend at Clay’s two-day Rotary IBT. The Generals were eighth at the 3A-District 1 traditional tournament, T-19th at Region 1, with one state qualifier, and wrapped up the season T-56th at the state tournament in Kissimmee. Lee lost just two starting seniors from the lineup and can return as many as 14 wrestlers with either post-season or significant regular-season experience, with a couple more kids right on the doorstep. What off-season work Lee did this summer could determine whether what is still a young group, mostly, moves up to challenge for top-half honors in district competition.

* — No individual records listed in the next paragraph due to missing result. The attached document will run down nearly every result for every Lee wrestler that saw a varsity match in 2018-19.

Key returners (15+ matches this past season or post-season experience) for 2019-20 (with year in school as they’ll be next year): Shawn Butler (junior, 106, did not compete in post-season traditionals); Donovan White (sophomore, 113, 1 match from regions); Gregory Mitchell (junior, 126, 0-2 at districts); Javaughn Johnson (sophomore, 132, 0-2 at districts); Jonathon Wilson (senior, 132, did not compete in post-season traditionals); Ty’Juan Jones (junior, 138, 1 match from regions); Ahmahd Denmark (junior, 152, district 3rd, 2-2 at regions); Savion Johnson (junior, 160, 1 match from regions); Vincente Waugh (senior, 152/160/170, did not compete in post-season traditionals); Easton Bruce (junior, 170, 1 match from regions); Zachary Morton (sophomore, 182, 0-2 at districts); Craig Harper (junior, 220, 0-2 at districts); Jaden Barger (junior, 220, did not compete in post-season traditionals); Edward Peterson (senior, 285, 0-2 at districts).

Graduation losses (15+ matches this past season or post-season experience) from this year’s team: Nicholas Gilson (145, 1 match from regions); Christopher Telusma (195, district 3rd, region 4th, 1 match from state medal).

2018-19 MVP: It seemed like there was around a 10-win gap between what I had and what Lee reported for May graduate Christopher Telusma, but, either way, he was clearly the Generals’ best wrestler in 2018-19, and showed it every week in what was a very strong weight class locally, as three wrestlers from the district at 195 wound up making it out to states and finished in the top eight. Telusma won the Optimist title and reached the finals at Capital City; he also finished in the top six at Keystone. He then won 20 matches in a row, starting at Keystone in a streak that included a Gateway title and extended until his first match at Flagler, where he fell in overtime, but came back to place fifth. Telusma added a sixth at Clay, and then got out to states with a third at districts and fourth at regions. After falling to the eventual state champion in the first round at Kissimmee, Telusma got back to Saturday with a pair of decisions, but then fell in the blood round. He’s been a model of consistency in his years with the Generals, wrestling 195 every year.

2019-20 captain: Rising junior Ahmahd Denmark took some lumps at 160 and 170 in December and early January for the Generals, losing six in a row at Keystone and heading into early January at 4-10. But, from there, he won 15 of his next 17, going 5-2 at USMC Duals and, after dropping down to 152, a Gateway title. Denmark was 2-2 at Flagler and 3-2 at Clay after that, but matched Telusma’s third-place finish at districts, Lee’s top individual effort. He couldn’t join Telusma at states, with a 2-2 Region 1 tournament, however. Denmark’s fire and energy are going to be invaluable for a Lee squad that has a lot of sophomores and juniors returning.

Zander Laurin Warrior: Rising sophomore Zachary Morton bounced around in weight class quite a bit in his freshman season, and, like a lot of upper weights, found rough footing at either 170 or 182 (he also won a match by forfeit at 195). His first appearance was at Keystone, where he was 4-3 in the tournament. That would be where nearly half of his registered victories that we had would be picked up. Morton struggled more at USMC Duals, and, after team duals, didn’t pick up another contested victory until a midweek fall in between Gateway and Flagler, and that would be the last one in the season. Down the stretch, Morton continued to struggle, winning just three of his last 15 matches, but he stayed in the lineup and continued to work for points, and that persistence made Zachary Morton the Zander Laurin Warrior for Robert E. Lee.

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OPHS’ Smith Earns All-American Honors at Fargo Cadet Women’s Freestyle

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Orange Park’s Andrea Smith (far left) placed eighth Sunday in the Cadet Women’s Freestyle 200-pound weight class at Fargo (Photo submitted by OP Raider Wrestling team page via Facebook).

Here’s a local set of results from Fargo through Sunday, with two North Florida wrestlers in competition.

Men’s FS
126
Rd of 128
Chase DeBlaere (Minnesota) VFA Michael Shannon (New Smyrna Beach), :25.
Consi 64 #2
Kal Miller (Missouri) VSU Shannon, 12-0.

Women’s FS
200
Rd of 16
Sujeydy Matos (New York) VFA Andrea Smith (Orange Park), 1:59.
Consi 8 #2
Smith VFA MaKenna Dunham (Missouri), 1:42.
Consi Quarters
Debranna Bealer (Alaska) VFA Smith, 1:51.
Seventh Place
Brooke Bennett (Missouri) VFA Smith, :51.

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#TheSeason2018-19: Florida High

Welcome back to our annual series of season wrap-up posts, which we cleverly titled as “The Season (2018-19),” because we’re creative like that. Your donation dollars at work, folks.

Teams are being selected on a random basis. Our fifth installment out of 1A-District 2, closing out that district, and 58th overall, is Florida High.

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FLORIDA HIGH

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You can see everything I have on the Seminoles in 2018-19 here –>  FLORIDA HIGH

Win/loss record: 7-6 in dual meets. Please review the attached document for a summary of the Seminoles’ performance in IBT events.

Season in a nutshell: Florida High had some comparative struggles as a team, early on, but closed with a strong finish, as one would hope for. The Seminoles began the year with a third-place finish at their own Cam Brown Seminole Classic on the first weekend of the season, then took ninth at the 25-team Capital City Classic two-day IBT at crosstown rival Chiles. The Seminoles then made their first trip out of town for Ft Walton Beach’s Beast of the Beach two-day dual tournament, placing 12th in the event with a 5-3 record in contested duals. Florida High then took part in the two-day Knockout Christmas Classic between Christmas and New Year’s, placing 38th in Florida’s best regular-season tournament. The Seminoles fared better in starting January at Fleming Island’s Keystone Invitational, taking seventh out of 18 teams. They took second in the 1A-District 2 dual team tournament, following that up with a midpack finish at Yulee’s Battle of the Border (fifth out of 11 teams). After a quarterfinal loss in the Region 1 dual team tournament, Florida High was off the tournament trail until the second weekend in February, where the Seminoles took a T-9th finish at that 37-team two-day IBT. With better rest, they cranked up the pace in the post-season tournament series, finishing their expected second at District 2. The Seminoles then added a second runnerup finish at Region 1, a very solid team effort, and followed that up with an eighth-place finish at the state tournament in Kissimmee. Florida High could duplicate those tournament finishes in 2019-20, as the Seminoles could return as many as 12 wrestlers with post-season or significant regular-season experience, plus they had a couple more kids right on the doorstep in terms of match numbers.

Key returners (15+ matches this past season or post-season experience) for 2019-20 (with year in school as they’ll be next year): Emil Ganim (junior, 33-18 at 113, district champ, region 3rd, state 6th); Brooks Dyer (senior, 34-8 at 120, district champ, region champ, state 4th); Tyler Reeve (junior, 36-6 at 126, district runnerup, region champ, state 3rd); Dean Wright (freshman, 12-19 at 132, district 4th, 2-2 at regions); Liam Hawkes (sophomore, 4-14 at 132, did not compete in post-season traditionals); Dennis Ganim (senior, 33-18 at 138, district champ, 1 match from states); Micah Perdue (junior, 10-8 at 152, district runnerup, 1-2 at regions); Noah Perdue (senior, 30-18 at 160, district champ, region runnerup, 0-2 at states); Chauncy Riggsby (senior, 27-15 at 170, district runnerup, 1 match from states); Syre Ganim (senior, 8-9 at 170/182, did not compete in post-season traditionals); Diego Duprey (sophomore, 3-6 at 195, district runnerup, 0-2 at regions); Joshua Nable (sophomore, 5-22 at 220, district 4th, 0-2 at regions).

Graduation losses (15+ matches this past season or post-season experience) from this year’s team: Max Metcalf (45-9 at 145, district runnerup, region 3rd, state 5th).

2018-19 MVP: Rising junior Tyler Reeve catapulted himself into position as one of the state’s stronger 120/126 wrestlers in 1A with the way his sophomore season went down. Reeve pinned his way to a Cam Brown Seminole Classic title, then came back to finish second at Capital City. He had an abbreviated appearance at Beast of the Beach and didn’t appear at Knockout, perhaps due to injury, but rallied at Keystone, running the table for a 7-0 weekend and a gold-bracket title. Reeve would add a second title at Battle on the Border, but then had a hard time solving a district rival in his next two larger tournaments, falling in overtime twice to that rival at both the Clay Rotary final and at districts two weeks later. Reeve found a different path in the region final, winning three times by fall in running the table to the title. He also avenged his front-side quarterfinal loss, coming back to place third with an emotional run to close out his sophomore season.

2019-20 captain: Rising senior Brooks Dyer put himself out there as the team leader in terms of performance this past year, and one wonders how he might have performed were it not for an injury in the second day of Keystone. As it was, Dyer racked up 34 wins, by my count, at either 113 or 120, with a win at Cam Brown Seminole Classic, a finalist appearance at Capital City, a 7-0 tournament at Beast of the Beach, and a fifth at Clay, his first tournament back after the injury, nearly five weeks away. Dyer needed just one match to win the district title, adding the region title the following weekend. Dyer’s chance for a state finals bid was derailed with a semifinal loss at Kissimmee, but he rallied back to finish fourth in the weight class. If Reeve is the Seminoles’ emotional leader, Dyer will be Florida High’s tactical one in 2019-20.

Zander Laurin Warrior: Most of the time, we highlight a wrestler that has struggled to find success in this paragraph. We’re not doing that this time. May graduate Max Metcalf has been a part of this website since its founding. We’ve had notes on him, on this site, going all the way back to November 2013. That’s a long time. He was a 7th-grader then. And this year, he rolled up 45 wins, by my count, and that’s without an appearance at Clay. He certainly would have had upper 40s, maybe a shot at 50, had he appeared there. He spent most of the year at 138, where he won at home for Cam Brown, took fifth at Capital City, went 8-0 at Beast of the Beach, 4-2 at Knockout, and was second at Keystone, with a second title at Battle on the Border. Next year will be the first year for the site without a Metcalf to write about (Metcalf was second at districts, third at regions and fifth at state, up at 145). It’s going to be different, and he’ll be missed, and that’s why he’s the Zander Laurin Warrior for Florida High.

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Rodriquez Takes Midwest Nats Title

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RIsing Ridgeview junior Matthew Rodriquez poses with the championship belt won Saturday at the Midwest Nationals, contested at the Shirk Center in Bloomington, IL. Rodriquez took first place in the 9th-10th grade division, 114-119 pounds, going 3-0 in the tournament. Rodriquez decisioned Vandalia IL’s Jarek Wehrle (6-0), majored Indiana’s Travis Hodges (15-2) and decisioned Dakota Wrestling Nation IL’s Markel Baker, 5-0, in the championship match (Photo by Bart Rodriquez; results on Trackwrestling).

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#TheSeason2018-19: Ed White

Welcome back to our annual series of season wrap-up posts, which we cleverly titled as “The Season (2018-19),” because we’re creative like that. Your donation dollars at work, folks.

Teams are being selected on a random basis. Our 57th installment for this season, closing out 2A-District 3, is Ed White.

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ED WHITE

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You can see everything I have on the Commanders in 2018-19 here –>  ED WHITE

Win/loss record: 3-5 in dual meets. We were missing one dual meet for Ed White this year. Please review the attached document for a summary of the Raiders’ performance in IBT events. We were missing, potentially, one roundrobin event for the Commanders.

Season in a nutshell: The Commanders began their season crosstown at conference/district rival Terry Parker’s Arlington Optimist Invitational, finishing 15th in that 16-team event. Ed White next competed in Ridgeview’s two-day Panther Prowl, taking a 3-4 record in that duals tournament. The Commanders were scheduled, even bracketed in, to Valdosta’s Allstate Wildcat Invitational, but none of the Ed Wrestlers competed in that event, scheduled for the weekend before Christmas. Ed White would not take to the mats until after the new year, starting January with an eighth-place finish at Episcopal’s one-day IBT, the Rob Bierbaum. The Commanders next competed at Yulee’s Battle of the Border, where they were 10th out of 11 teams, and finished 10th out of 15 at Gateway, hosted by Sandalwood, mid-month. That would be it for regular-season competition, at least that we received, until Clay’s two-day Rotary IBT, where Ed White was 35th. The Commanders were seventh at the 2A-District 3 traditional tournament and placed 20th at Region 1, with one state qualifier. Ed White could have as many as five wrestlers returning in 2019-20 with post-season or significant regular-season experience, but will have to replace its top leaders and a good amount of its winning talent next season.

* — Individual records not posted due to missing results; get the substantial majority of results in the PDF attachment.

Key returners (15+ matches this past season or post-season experience) for 2019-20 (with year in school as they’ll be next year): Jorge Ramirez (junior, 132, district 3rd, 0-1 at regions); John Merritt (junior, 170, 1 match from regions); Jaison Patterson (junior, 182, did not participate in post-season traditionals); Jarred Ball (senior, 195, district 3rd, 1-2 at regions); Larry McCrudy (senior, 220, district 3rd, 0-2 at regions).

Graduation losses (15+ matches this past season or post-season experience) from this year’s team: Bruce Harting (106, district runnerup, region 4th, 0-2 at states); Carl Otero (160, district 3rd, 1-2 at regions); .

2018-19 MVP: May graduate Bruce Harting didn’t start competition for the Commanders until January, but once he did, Harting did enough to represent Ed White at the state tournament. Harting didn’t win any tournaments this year as he had in the past, but he was competitive in all of the ones that mattered leading up to states. He was a finalist at Bierbaum, placed third at Battle of the Border and was a runnerup at Gateway, with a 2-2 weekend at Clay. Harting reached his third tournament final of the season at districts, falling to an eventual state placer, and was 3-2 at regions, with both of his losses coming to the same wrestler. While Harting struggled in Kissimmee, the real success in his career was simply having the chance to get there.

2019-20 captain: A year ago, in this space, we had rising senior Larry McCurdy in the paragraph below this one, and many times that space is highlighting kids who struggled on the mat, but we noticed those struggles and admired their determination. Both, apparently, played in a role in what was a nice turnround for McCurdy this season. After being beaten out of sight in many tournaments as a sophomore, McCurdy stayed at the same weight class, where he won seven of eight and 11 of 13 matches at one point, going 6-1 at Panther Prowl and placing third at Bierbaum. While McCurdy did struggle mid-January, he rallied down the stretch, with a solid 2-2 performance at Clay and placing third at districts after losing to the eventual district and region champ in the semis.

Zander Laurin Warrior: Rising senior Jarred Ball found a lot of struggles while competing in his first full-time starter role in a weight class down from a year ago. Ball did have two wins by forfeit heading into Gateway (one at Kiwanis, the other at Battle of the Border), where he got his first pin. The second one wouldn’t come until later, at the third-place match at districts, where Ball avenged a loss by fall that knocked him out at Gateway. Ball would add another pin at regions the following weekend. It takes a lot of patience, in the face of losses, to keep striving for success at season’s end, but that’s what Jarred Ball did and that’s why he’s the Zander Laurin Warrior for Ed White.

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#TheSeason2018-19: First Baptist Christian

Welcome back to our annual series of season wrap-up posts, which we cleverly titled as “The Season (2018-19),” because we’re creative like that. Your donation dollars at work, folks.

Teams are being selected on a random basis. Our 56th installment overall, and our first of two independent teams in 2018-19, is First Baptist Christian.

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FIRST BAPTIST CHRISTIAN

FBCA

You can see everything I have on the Crusaders in 2018-19 here –>  FIRST BAPTIST CHRISTIAN

Win/loss record: 2-3 in dual meets as reported to Matmen (we were missing one dual contested in the Orlando area). Please review the attached document for a summary of the Crusaders’ performance in IBT events.

Season in a nutshell: As an independent team, First Baptist Christian did not have FHSAA obligations in 2018-19. It started with a trip to Master’s Academy for Battle for the Blacktop on the first weekend of December, where the Crusaders were 14th in that tournament. That was FBCA’s only December event; next up was a road-trip to Fleming Island and the Clay County Fairgrounds for its Keystone Invitational, where First Baptist Christian was 13th out of 18 teams. Next up was an even longer trip, this time over to the Gulf and Wewahitchka’s Gator Brawl, where FBCA pulled together a mid-pack team finish (11th out of 19 teams). As we noted above, we have a missing dual with Master’s Academy that would have been the Crusaders’ dual opener; two days later, they took a short hop down from Palm Coast to Daytona Beach for Seabreeze’s Ray Hollingsworth Duals, where they were 1-4. FBCA closed out its season with another trip to Clay County, this time for Clay’s two-day Rotary IBT, where the Crusaders were 34th out of 37 teams. First Baptist Christian could return as many as 11 starters with at least 15 matches from this past year, to next year’s team.

Key returners (15+ matches this past season) for 2019-20 (with year in school as they’ll be next year): DJ Murray (8th grade, 3-19 at 106/113); Elyjah Gilyard (8th grade, 9-15 at 106/113); Jordan Mills (8th grade, 14-14 at 120); Joel Douglass (8th grade, 2-17 at 120/126); Ethan Gann (freshman, 3-14 at 126/132); Tyson Mills (sophomore, 13-12 at 126/132); Tyler Jimenez (senior, 8-19 at 138/152); Nathan Banks (freshman, 3-13 at 145); Jackson Mills (senior, 16-15 at 152); Trevor Banks (8th grade, 6-12 at 170); Bryce Kruppenbacher (8th grade, 3-12 at 220).

Graduation losses (15+ matches this past season or prior/current post-season experience) from this year’s team: Chris Udell (3-16 at 160); James Griffin (12-9 at 182/195).

2018-19 MVP: May graduate James Griffin got out to a slower start after missing Battle for the Blacktop, going 1-3 at Keystone. But Griffin would rally from there, going 4-3 and placing fourth at Gator Brawl, in a solid weight class, and then was 4-1 at Hollingsworth, with max-point wins in all four of his victories. Griffin then closed out with a solid 3-2 performance at Clay Rotary, reaching the quarterfinals and finishing one match short of a top-six finish — which would have been a massive step for the program as a whole — with both of his losses to eventual state qualifiers and fellow seniors.

2019-20 captain: Rising senior Jackson Mills leads a trio of solid Mills brothers that often provided the majority of wins for the Crusaders at their various events this past season. Mills was 2-2 at Battle for the Blacktop, took four wins at Keystone, four at Gator Brawl and four at Hollingsworth, going 2-2 at Clay Rotary, with 13 pins on the year. With a bigger group eligible to return, Mills will be at the forefront of a team that might be able to challenge competitively against a substantial chunk of north Florida teams in 2019-20.

Zander Laurin Warrior: May graduate Chris Udell never got a chance in his senior season to have his hand raised after a contested match (as far as we know, Master’s Academy dual aside). In the results that we have, Udell didn’t pick up his first victory until Gator Brawl, where he had one win by forfeit, and he added two more forfeit wins at Hollingsworth, but he faithfully made appearances at all five of the Crusaders’ larger tournaments, trying to score points for his team, and for that stick-to-it-iveness, Chris Udell is the Zander Laurin Warrior for First Baptist Christian.

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#Schedules19-20: Creekside Is THIRD IN

A little bit after we posted Ponte Vedra last night, I figured it wouldn’t be long to get a third schedule, and I was right, as Creekside came in.

CREEKSIDE

The Knights, newly-minted as a 3A-District 1 team for 2019-20, will start the season in their traditional way, going to Matanzas for their former rival’s one-day duals tournament on December 7. From there, Creekside will compete the following weekend at St Cloud for the two-day Bulldog Brawl duals tournament on the 13th and 14th, and will close out December with its Alumni Night dual against Nease at home on the 18th.

As 2020 opens, Creekside will stay in host mode, with their St Johns Championships one-day individual roundrobin event on January 4. The St Johns Knights will then travel to new region rival Flagler Palm Coast for a midweek dual on the 8th and will contest in the 3A-District 1 dual team tournament, no date or venue firmed up, with the first two rounds of 3A-Region 1 dual team activity going off on the 16th, with a District 1 host this year. Creekside will return to regular-season activity with the Deland Bulldog IBT, a one-day event on the 25th. The Knights will stay in IBT mode to close out the month, going back to Palm Coast for the Flagler Rotary on the 31st and February 1.

Also up in February for Knights regular-season dates will be a trip to Clay for its two-day Rotary IBT on the 7th and 8th. Creekside will wrap up the regular season with a home dual for Senior Night on the 12th, hosting Oakleaf.

So. That’s three schedules. We could use a lot more. We could use YOUR SCHOOL’S SCHEDULE. Question is…WHO’S NEXT???

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